What does Laurianne mean?
Laurianne [lau-ri-anne] as a name for girls is of Latin origin, and the meaning of the name Laurianne is "the bay, or laurel plant". Laurianne is a variant form of Laura (Latin) with the suffix -ianne.
Associated with: bay (tree).
(female) Leorianne, Lirianne, ..
(male) Lauriani, Lauron, .. Middle name pairings:
Laurianne Stormy (L.S.), ..
How popular is Laurianne?
Laurianne is an unusual first name for women. Laurianne is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Lauren (#119 in 2015), Laura (#322), Loren (#1891), Laurine, Lorene, Loreen, Lorine, Laurinda, Laurice, Lauralee, Laureen, Laurence, Laurene and Laurie are the prominent varying forms of Laurianne (outside Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000. Usage of these forms of Laurianne was common in the year 1990 (median #1514) and is now significantly diminished (#1738, down 89.7%). Below is a charted study of the statistics of Laurianne and related names. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Laurianne is pronounced similarly to Laraene, Laraine, Larayne, Larine, Larraine, Laurenne, Laurin, Laurraine, Laurynn, Loriann and Lorianne. Other suggested similar names are Adrianne▼, Andrianne, Arianne, Aubrianne, Brianne▼, Carinne, Corianne, Corrianne, Cyprianne (see Cypris), Dariane, Darianna, Darienne, Dorianne, Fabianne, Fabrienne, Gerianne, Giulianne, Glorianne, Hadriane, Hadrianna, Jadrienne, Julianne, Kariann, Karianna, Karianne, Karinne, Katianne, Kerianne, Kerrianne, Laciann, Laramae, Larina, Larrayna, Larrynn, Lauralle (see Laurel), Laurnea (see Laura), Lauryn▼, Leraine, Lerayne, Lianne, Lillianne, Loirane (see Loire), Loranna, Lorayne, Lorian, Loriana, Lorraine▼, Lorrayne, Louanne, Lucianna, Lucienne, Marcianne, Mariane, Mariann, Marianna▲, Marianne▼, Marieanne, Marjanne, Maurianne, Maurine▼, Rubianne, Sherianne, Siprianne (see Cipriana) and Syprianne (see Cipriana). These names tend to be more commonly used than Laurianne.See names in meaning and etymology.